fochructa

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x acht besaib f.¤ (.i. acht in fēr dobeir ar focraic), Laws iv 48.14 , 22 (by Atk. referred to fochraic).

fochruí

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x see fochraí.

fochrus

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Forms: fochroisse

n u,m. (< criss ` girdle ,' Gürtung, Ped. i 42 ) used apparently of the bosom or folds of a garment wrapt round (the upper part of ?) the body: concbaim cris dar f.¤ ocot imorchor, Cáin Ad. 6 . acc tuitim a focras an bhrathar falling from the bosom BNnÉ 56 § 60 (cf. teilccis i n-ucht an bhrathar § 58 ). In compd.: fer i cathfochrus bruit deirg LU 4572 = i furchrus bruitt TBC 279 (i cathocras St). Cf. cethochruss no ceatharfochrus bruit TBC² 3395 . ? pl. tri coecait fer ... ┐ fochroisse impu 2895 . f.¤ .i. fo cris, Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 211 (< H 3. 18, p. 81c ). O'Mulc. 557 .

fochsal, foxal

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Forms: foscul, foxol, ḟoxal, fochsul, foxul, focsail, foxail, foxala, foxail, foscul, foxal, foxal, foxla

n o,m. later also f. (perhaps originally neut., cf. foscul nd. LU 6408 ) (vn. of fo-coisle, see Thurn. ZCP viii 77 ). n s. foxol Sg 216b5 . a s. tre ḟoxal 201b7 . trí fochsul Ml 93d5 . d s. foxul 134a3 . Sg 55b4 . 112b3 . g s. focsail, Laws v 190.17 (= foxail SM Facs. 55a ). foxail Laws v 360.13 ; but g s. foxala, d s. foxail, Thes. ii 317.25 , 29 ( Hy ii Comm. ). By metathesis foscul (?) LU 6408 . TBC 2551 . In: ōssar na clainne, gnīm ṅglē, fīr foxal fainne fīre SR 3594 , a rime with ōssar would seem to be intended, but it can be for the eye only.

(a) taking away, removing, carrying off: trí fochsul daitsiu du fortacht[a] huanni Ml 93d5 . .x. do foxul ┐ .g. do ḟorcomet (= ablata x ) Sg 112b3 . iar foxul .tí. (= cum `ti' subtracta) 55b4 . foxul tar ceart unjust seizure (dis- traint) Laws ii 62.12 . hi foxal do eisrechta `for carrying off thy pet animals' i 162.22 . aithne focsail ria slogh `a deposit carried off (in flight from an army)' v 190.17 . fuidir foxail a aitrib `a `fuidir' who has removed his habitation' 360.13 . dérchaīniud di cech feib ... ar homun a foxail airi for fear of its being taken from him ZCP iii 27.28 = Ériu vii 172.4 .

(b) abduction: ben foxail `an abducted wife' Ir. Law 162.5 . fer cetmuindtire foxail, Laws iii 398.17 Comm. (opp. to cétm. urnadma 400.4 . See Ir. Law 88 ; 175 ). fer adaltraigi foxail ib. 22 . madh tainic foxal cucu `if abduction has happened in their case' Ir. Law 162ax . in cutruma ata do chlaind foxail berait foxol trian a cotach uathaib 162by . Cf. foscul ṅdiriuch (`gerades Fortnehmen' Wind., one of Cú Chulainn's feats) TBC 2551 = foxal St. foscul ndírich LU 6408 ( TBC² 1893 ).

(c) excepting, exception (?): thus Thurneysen under- stands it in: cach foxal cen logud, Laws ii 388.18 (`alles [durch Einspruch] Ausgenommene' Ir. Law 54 ).

(d) in gramm. the ablative case (= fochslaid): `ō fhir' a foxaul, Auraic. 1522 = foxal 4741 , but n s. foxla 4754 ( YBL 239b23 ).

See fo-coisle.

fochslad

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n (= fochsal) removing, taking away, sundering: in berla na filed: foxlad do chud re curach (.i. delu[ghu]dh cinn re coloinn) ZCP v 488 § 5 .

fochslaid

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Forms: foxlada, foxlacha, foxlan

n i,f. (see fo-coisle) the ablative case, in Old-Irish gramm. denotes the dative case governed by the prep. ó; nach dú ... inimfogni [in briathar] fri foxlid Ml 27c10 . a quo vel qui .i. a [f]occslaid, Laws v 4.4 Comm. a foxlaid `o fhiur,' Auraic. 1882 . otha in ainmiudh n-uathaid co foxlaidh n-ilair 906 . g s. i forgnuis tobartadha ┐ foxlada 1661 . foxlacha 1647 . foxlan 1645 (= foxlā BB 329a35 ).

fochslaigid

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v g (fochsal) takes away: foxlaigit muige ┐ cricha anad ┐ dithim cintaig, O'C. 1960 (< H 4. 22, p. 10 ). (i.e. distances and boundaries preclude stay and pound).

fócht

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vn act of enquiring Ériu xxxiv 118 : .i. fiarfáighi, O'Cl. fócht fiarfaighe LL 395a12 = foacht, Met. Gl., Ff. 8 . Abstracted from pret. stem of iarmi-foig-; see foacht and fóchtaid.

fóchtaid

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Forms: fóchtait

v (late Mid. and early Mod.-Ir. formation from pret. -stem of íarmi-foig-) asks, inquires , with acc. of thing or depend. clause and DE (DO) of pers.: fochtus int sentonn rise nde asked tidings of him RC xi 129.7 . fochtus Magnus scela dibh, Marco P. 54 . fochtuis F. scela de ZCP vi 25.8 . fochtuid scela cuidh é `asked information as to who he was' 90.20 . fóchtais Mac C. an gcuala ... M. asked had he heard TD 3.30 . fochtait scela dia fhoirinn they question its crew Fl. Earls 14.13 . fochtuis ... dona caillechoip an dorōnsat amail ro geallsat 144.30 . rofochtotar ... día araile: nar' lor ... ? Aisl. Tund. 106 § 4 = do ḟiarfaigdis, p. 131 . Pass. perf. pl. ra fóchtait scéla do ríg Lagen LL 296b25 ( RC xiii 44 ). ro fochtadh scéla dibh, Cog. 216.7 . ? tuat[h]a sin ro fochtustair Ercoil which Hercules had sought i.e. explored (?) BB 495b39 (printed ropochtustair IT ii2 100 ). But the corresp. passage Orosius III 19 has quos Hercules condidit.

sochtais forro, Lism. L. 2117 , where Stokes emends foch- tais and renders `he said to them', seems = rolá socht forra (as e.g., in ScM 3 R , see fo-ceird II (a)).

fochtaide

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Forms: fochtaide, fochthide

n g p. inna fochtaide Ml 141c1 (gl. tribulatorum [auxiliator] `apparently translated as gen. pl. of tribulator' Edd. Thes. i 725 ); by Asc. cccxli taken as part. of fo-saig. Leg. fochthide ?

fochuas

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n o,m. a concavity: a bhfochuasaibh ... na fir- mameint ` vaults ' Todd Lect. iv 84.10 .